Thursday, October 13, 2016

No nude dancing at Club Good Times - Topless only


A Lancaster County judge's ruling that would have allowed nude dancers to start shimmying at a club in Columbia was shot down Thursday by a panel of Commonwealth Court.

The state court's decision means that, for now at least, the dancers at Club Good Times on Union Street will have to settle for going topless.

19 comments:

  1. Right ruling should not be allowed to go topless either

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  2. If Glatfelter's is somehow a school, then Club Good Times should reclassify themselves as an art studio - complete with nude models for art's sake.

    Goose, gander, and all that. Plus, you know, this town is all about the arts now.

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    1. I believe when field was constructed in the 1930's, it was built with the school district in mind .It was a public works project during the depression from what I was told.That is where the school could come into play and the guide lines established by the Glatfelter's foundation.

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    2. I like the idea of it being an art studio. Perfect solution.

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    3. Give the patrons a piece of paper and a charcoal stick! Art!

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  3. Move it out of town and be done with it! The litter is ridiculous, and parking a nightmare for residents. If this were Lancaster it would not be allowed being to close to a school or church... why not have that rule here too? Move it on the outskirts and have a big parking lot they can litter up rather than the street

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    1. If you are moving this out then get Venues out too.

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    2. I've seen more litter in Makle Park than at Club Good Times. Everyone talks about it, but nothing has been done. Same with the 100 block of South Fourth Street, litter there is horrible and not one thing is ever done.

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    3. I heard a rumor that Venues is doing the same thing in the basement and they weren't grandfathered in.

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  4. Make CODES step in!
    If my sidewalk ever looked like b that or was neglected, Mail would be here.
    Stop focusing on HOMEOWNERS!

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  5. A money making idea for the market house.No start up money needed, parking, and a trolley to shuttle customers.

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  6. Why is venues still in town I thought they were going to close them down we know they do things in there that are against the law we don't need them in Columbia time to be gone the sooner the better

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  7. Then get rid of the WELFARE FRAUDS IN THE TOWN.
    Starting in the Historic District and work up!

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    1. Columbia is the Welfare Capital of Lancaster County

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  8. It has its share of FRAUDS.
    Try reporting it,, you'll get no where.

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    1. This is true, years ago I reported what appeared to be serious fraud with regard to disability. They were rude and flatly refused to consider my assertion. They do not care and true you get nowhere.

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  9. Because LANDLORDS PERMIT THIS AND CODES DON'T HELP.
    DRUG TESTS!!!

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  10. And don't forget, all people on probation need to pass a MONTHLY DRUG TEST! Not given a heads up.
    As I watch one right now, just released and shacking up at the SPOT.
    Hellur

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  11. Bring Back a Neighborhod Watch!
    You must be a homeowner though!
    No offense we do have good renters, BUT we need to weed out.
    And no not smoke it!

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